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The year of Newfoundland’s triumph

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1974. For most of us, it’s just a year – either one buried in distant memory, or one we are too young to have even experienced. Places have a longer memory, however, and for Newfoundland and Labrador, the year was a momentous one. It marked the province’s twenty-fifth anniversary of Confederation with Canada: an event celebrated with awkward abandon, including a series of disastrous dinners and fishing expeditions with the country’s premiers. For a new generation that had grown up after the entire Confederation imbroglio, it was an exciting time, and one aptly reflected in the province’s first big national game-show triumph. Reach For the Top was a quiz-style trivia program broadcast nationally on CBC television from 1966 to 1989 (with a brief revival in the mid 2000s). Teams of high school students across the country competed for prominence, and no Newfoundland team had ever won. But that year—1974—a team…

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Revue 2016: The good, the bad and the ugly

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Rising Tide Theatre strikes again in hilariously highlighting the absurdity of N.L. politics. But is it a foregone conclusion that there’s nothing we can do about the pitiful status quo?

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Performance as knowledge

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This week the artistic director of a local theatre company hopes to “start a conversation” about injury, illness, sadness, grief and hospital culture — through performance.

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Fruithead will leave you laughing, blushing…and maybe scratching

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Writer/actor Sara Tilley challenges personal beliefs and social norms as she explores creation, life, the environment, relationships and mortality through the movement, facial expression and sounds of her dynamic, animated, impossible-not-to-laugh-at character, ‘Fruithead’.

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An old story and its Realm of Possibilities

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In its debut production, ‘Walkmann’, Burning Circle Company explores the connection between communication technology, human relationships and consciousness — no small undertaking. But they’re stoked.

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Oil and Water: a complicated success

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A powerful play that doesn’t just tell a heartwarming story

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Theatre for ourselves?

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The Indy’s arts columnist reflects on Newfoundland theatre and the stories it tells

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History of Artistic Fraud

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Local theatre company recounts the past and remounts tale of Emile Benoit

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